27 June 03
Continued trimming the baulk walls with baulk hammers and trowels. Two finds turned up during this process: a bronze lump ( Locus 2 . It was decided to close Locus 2 and designate this new soil layer Locus 3 . Closing elevations for Locus 2 / Opening elevations for Locus 3 are:) and a piece of shell ( ). After completing the baulks, the floor was levelled and studied. There was a definite change in the soil consistency and composition. The new soil is a darker brown, clumpier and contains a very high concentration of architectural terracotta compared with
52S, 182E = 27.41 m.
52S, 180E = 27.51 m.
49S, 182E = 27.41 m.
49S, 180E = 27.41 m.
Completed 1 full pick pass of trench. After levelling the floor, we took closing elevations, which are:
52S, 182E = 27.37 m.
52S, 180E = 27.42 m.
49S, 182E = 27.33 m.
49S, 180E = 27.39 m.
10 cassettas of tile was unearthed as well as 1/4 latte box of pottery from the baulk trim and 3 latte boxes of pottery from Locus 3 . There was also one wheelbarrow discovery at the end of the day, a carved stone ( ).
SPECIAL FINDS :
- Find #3
- carved stone
- wheelbarrow find
- Locus 3
- ~depth = 27.42 - 27.33 m.
10 cassettas tile
3 1/4 latte boxes pottery and bone
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